Going back to that optimum movement, we can dramatically improve modern technology

Designing the Next Golden Age

By Jay Harman

The following text is from a speech given at Bioneers 2004.

Welcome to the new Golden Age! Yes, here, today, right now, in what may feel for some of us like the darkest of times, we are creating a new Golden Age. I think we’re ready for this. We know, deep inside, that a better age for our world is absolutely crucial, and we know it’s possible. That’s why we continue to get up in the morning—to strive for a better world. For me, I know this new Golden Age is possible because of what I’ve learned from nature.

Nature. Implosion / Explosion - A Side by Side Comparison

Implosion / Explosion.......A side by side comparison
There has been a need expressed by our readers to distinguish the difference between implosive and explosive energy.

What is implosive energy?
What is explosive energy?

Vortex-World: Water - The Magic Source of Life

( from: the VORTEX WORLD)

Water - the Magic Source of Life by Elan SunStar

Water is a mysterious substance yet we take it for granted. It is the most misunderstood and most abused element on Earth. Its chemical formula is H2O but that isn't all there is to it. Water is alive. It is the lifeblood of the Earth Water has its own living energy, and if water dies, our Earth dies with it.

Josef Hasslberger on Richard Clem's rotational engine
Comments to CLEM1.ASC (KeelyNet) by Josef Hasslberger

Richard Clem's rotational engine

Although I do not have any information on Clem or his device, I would like to comment on the principle of operation, which seems quite simple and straightforward to who has studied the writings of Viktor Schauberger, the Austrian naturalist and inventor.

Indeed Schauberger was working with vortex action in liquids (especially in water) and was finding effects that were at the time, and are still now, unexplainable with the normal principles of physics or thermodynamics.

As far as I understand the engine made by Clem was built around a cone with spiralling channels cut into it and when a liquid, in that particular case vegetable oil, got pressed through the channels, they caused the cone to turn and at a certain point the flow of the liquid and the turning of the cone became self-sustaining, up to the point of putting out a good and heavy (350 HP for a 200 pound engine) power output.

GreenShift Releases Video of Prototype Tornado Generator(TM) in Action

October 19, 2005 07:42 AM US Eastern Timezone

GreenShift Releases Video of Prototype Tornado Generator(TM) in Action

MOUNT ARLINGTON, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 19, 2005--GreenShift Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: GSHF) today announced its release of footage of an early-stage prototype of one of the technologies used in certain applications of GreenShift's proprietary Tornado Generator(TM) technology.

Atmospheric Vortex Engine

AVE Power Plant


Mechanical energy is produced when heat is carried upward by convection in the atmosphere. A process for producing a tornado-like vortex and concentrating mechanical energy where it can be captured is proposed. The existence of tornadoes proves that low intensity solar radiation can produce concentrated mechanical energy. It should be possible to control a naturally occurring process. Controlling where mechanical energy is produced in the atmosphere offers the possibility of harnessing solar energy without having to use solar collectors.

The Atmospheric Vortex Engine (AVE) is a process for capturing the mechanical energy which could be produced when heat is carried upward by convection in the atmosphere. The AVE process is protected by patent applications and could become a major source of electrical energy. The unit cost of electrical energy produced with an atmospheric vortex engine could be half the cost of the next most economical alternative.

How to increase the electrical output of a nuclear generating plant by 20% --Louis Michaud's invention

by David Delaney,  September 30, 2004

Nuclear generating plants operate at a thermal efficiency of about 33%.  A plant that generates one gigawatt of electrical power discards waste heat to the environment at a rate of two gigawatts.   If 10% of the waste heat could be turned into electric power,  yielding  0.2 gigawatt of additional electrical power, the total electrical power output of the plant would rise by 20%.

There has always been a very serious obstacle to converting any of  the waste heat into electrical power.  You need a heat engine to do it--an engine that allows a working fluid to expand and cool while doing work. The efficiency of a heat engine depends on the difference between the temperature of the working fluid at the input to the engine and at the output after it has been allowed to expand and work.   The greater this temperature difference, the more work energy you can get out a given input of heat energy into the engine. The problem with the waste heat from a nuclear plant is that, although it's pretty warm in human terms, its about as cool as it can be and still be rejected efficiently to the local environment of the plant.  You cannot get any more work out of it without making it a lot cooler, and there's no efficient source of coolth near the plant to cool the output end of a heat engine enough to get more work (electricity) out of that waste heat.

The power of spin 

Sep 29th 2005
From The Economist print edition

Harnessing artificial tornadoes as an energy source

WEATHER systems, as the world has recently been reminded, have awesome power. The energy released by a large hurricane can exceed the energy consumption of the human race for a whole year, and even an average tornado has a power similar to that of a large power station. If only mankind could harness that energy, rather than being at its mercy. Louis Michaud, a Canadian engineer who works at a large oil company, believes he has devised a way to do just that, by generating artificial whirlwinds that can be controlled and harnessed. He calls his invention the “atmospheric vortex engine”.

David Dennard



What is Whirlpower? Whirlpower is a gravitational force of spinning mass. While spinning a charge makes an additional magnetic force, spinning mass makes an additional gravitational force. The greater the wobble the more it will affect its surrounding area. All spinning objects wobble be it ever so great or small. It acts like a lever as far as how gravity affects the area around a spinning mass.

When the hurricane gets big and fast enough, the eye wall wobbles and pulls the hurricane. This acceleration is Whirlpower.

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